Calen MacDonald

Calen MacDonald (22C) is from Palmetto, Fl. and is double majoring in English and creative writing and neuroscience and behavioral biology. Outside of the Wheel, he is the recruitment chair for Emory Crew and a school captain for Emory Reads. If he had any free time, he would spend it looking for free food and reminding everyone how tall he is (he's 6'8").

International Early Decision Applications Decreases by 3 Percent

Matthew Friedman, Contributing The Atlanta campus received 3,272 applications across both Early Decision (ED) I and II, with an acceptance rate of 33 percent for ED I and 13 percent for ED II, according to Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Enrollment and Dean of Admission John Latting.  Oxford College received 1,851 applicants, with an acceptance [...]

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Key Takeaways From Emory’s Presidential Prospectus

Noyonika Parulekar,Staff The Emory Board of Trustees on Monday approved the Presidential Selection Committee’s presidential prospectus, which outlines the current financial and academic state of the University and the potential challenges the future president will have to face. The prospectus, released on Tuesday, revealed to the Emory community that the University is currently within the [...]

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Former AEPi Members Aim to Resurrect ZBT

Newly initiated members of Emory fraternities participate in Run the Row, a biannual tradition in which the brothers run to their new fraternity houses, on Saturday, Feb. 1./Jackson Schneider, Asst. Photo Editor Former members of suspended fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) are involved in the “recolonization” of Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT), according to former AEPi [...]

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Mac Donald Ignites Controversy With ‘Diversity in Education’

Heather Mac Donald speaks at an event hosted by Emory College Republicans on Tuesday night/Helen Bradshaw, Contributing Conservative author and political commentator Heather Mac Donald met resistance and reproach on Tuesday after she stepped foot on campus to discuss the “diversity delusion” in higher education. Mac Donald spoke to a crowd of 120 students in [...]

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